Found November 18, 2011 on Fox Sports:
Four Detroit Lions, including quarterback Matthew Stafford, and two Chicago Bears have been fined by the NFL for incidents in their game last Sunday. Stafford instigated a scuffle when he grabbed the helmet of Bears defensive back D. J. Moore and threw him to the ground. Stafford has been fined $7,500, while Moore is hit for $15,000 for striking back at Stafford and being ejected. Also docked $15,000 is Lions rookie DT Nick Fairley for driving Bears QB Jay Cutler into the ground. Chicago receiver Earl Bennett has been fined $10,000 for wearing orange shoes, his second uniform violation. Detroit DE Kyle Vanden Bosch is docked $7,500 for unnecessary roughness: Vanden Bosch threw Bears RB Matt Forte to the ground late. Detroit guard Rob Sims also has been hit for $7,500 for a late tackle.

Stafford scrambles, draws penalty

Terrell McClain gets slapped with a personal foul, a 15-yarder, that keeps the Lions' series alive. McClain hit Matthew Stafford after he ran out of bounds near the Lions' sideline. On the next play, Stafford finds Kevin Smith for a gain of 15 yards.

Matthew Stafford Fined $7,500, Same Goes for D.J. Moore Double

The Play:The Results: D.J. Moore: Ejection and $15,000 fine Matthew Stafford: $7,500 fine Rob Sims: $7,500 fine for late hit … [visit site to read more]Matthew Stafford Fined $7,500, Same Goes for D.J. Moore Double - SideLion Report - SideLion Report - A Detroit Lions Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Lions in good shape, take over on own 29

With 12:36 left, the Lions lead 28-27 and have all three timeouts. Matthew Stafford is now 15-of-17 for 188 yards since that rough first quarter. He's got four TDs since throwing those two interceptions in the quarter and hasn't been picked off since.

NFL Hands Out Fines for Moore, Lions

Chicago Bears nickel back D. J. Moore is lighter in the wallet after the NFL handed down a $15,000 for his part in the altercation with Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford during last week’s game. Stafford was fined $7,500 for grabbing Moore by the helmet opening and shoving him to the ground. Moore’s retaliation ignited the skirmish between the teams. Lions [...]

2 Bears, 4 Lions fined by NFL

Four Detroit Lions, including quarterback Matthew Stafford, and two Chicago Bears have been fined by the NFL for incidents in their game last Sunday.

Moore Questionable for Chargers

Nickel back D.J. Moore, an important role player in the Chicago Bears defense, could miss Sunday’s game against San Diego with a ankle injury he suffered in the late stages of Wednesday’s practice session.  Moore was held out of workouts Thursday, and head coach Lovie Smith intimated that it could be a game-time decision. In other injury news, Defensive end Julius [...]

Bears nickel back Moore inactive vs. Chargers

Nickel back D.J. Moore is out of the lineup, as expected, while defensive end Corey Wootton is active for just the second time this season as the Chicago Bears prepare to face the San Diego Chargers on Sunday at Soldier Field.

Bears' Moore (ankle) iffy Sunday vs. Chargers

Chicago Bears starting nickelback D.J. Moore missed practice on Thursday with an ankle injury, which raises serious concerns about his availability to play against the San Diego Chargers this weekend at Soldier Field.

Bears Moore fined $15K for retaliating against Stafford

Bears nickel back D.J. Moore has been fined $15,000 for his actions in Sunday’s 37-13 win over the Lions.
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